U.S. assistance to the Philippines and the Japanese occupation of the Philippines during World War II.
Philippines Date:1942 Duration:2 min 17 sec Sound:Yes
A film about events leading up to the independence of the Philippines, and about U.S. presence and assistance to the Philippines before the Japanese occupation. Philippine students perform calisthenics. Children being taught in a primary school. Teachers assist and instruct students. Students conduct experiments in a laboratory at a university. Protecting U.S. Naval ships at a port, including the U.S. Destroyer USS Barker (DD-213). Line of U.S. Martin B-10 light bomber aircraft of the 4th Composite Group parked on an airfield, and then head-on image as a Martin B-10 bomber takes off toward and then up over the camera. The flag of the United States. Filipino soldiers march. U.S. Army General Douglas Macarthur at a desk in the Phillipines accompanied by Dwight Eisenhower. A sign reads 'Camp Dau'. Newspaper headlines about the American surrender in Corregidor in May 1942 during World War II. Japanese soldiers take down the U.S. flag after their victory in Corregidor. Japanese occupying forces parade in the Phillipines.
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